For 400 years, the Boeckel family has been rooted in the terroir of Mittelbergheim. In 1853, Frédéric Boeckel, winemaker established in the heart of the village founded the commercial enterprise, now managed by the brothers Jean-Daniel and Thomas Boeckel, fifth generation. The farm covers 24 hectares of vineyards certified Organic Farming.
Boeckel Midelberg Gewürztraminer 2016
Aromatic wine, spicy and sweet.
Manual harvest, pneumatic pressing, static settling with mud filtration, slow fermentation and thermo-controlled, aging in centenary oak.
Aperitifs; strong cheeses, desserts; without food. feature From the slopes of Mittelbergheim.
Certified Organic Farming
This ancient family firm has become a dependable source for some heart-warmingly traditional examples of Alsace wines. They are full-flavored, varietally distinct and properly dry. They offer a price-quality ratio that is hard to beat.
You will perk up eagerly at the first whiff of the textbook Gewurz nose. The improved viticulture manifests itself in the uncommonly spicy palate, while the wine’s rich texture but reduced sucrosity make it a better-than-ever match for the traditional Asian fare and smoked fish.
Certified organic by Ecocert
Wine Enthusiast – “Wet earth, jasmine and honeysuckle on the nose carry though onto the palate. Here they are met with apple sweet-sourness that creates balance and turns this into a very appetizing proposition. The body is light but dense with flavor, the off-dry finish is long and moreish.” (92 Pts)